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eat one's heart out


[eat one's heart out] {v. phr.}

To grieve long and hopelessly; to become thin and weak from sorrow.

For months after her husband's death, Joanne simply ate her heart out.

We sometimes hear of a dog eating its heart out for a dead owner.


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